Here are just a few of the new models that KTM will be showcasing at the 2018 shows! Stop by their booth to see their full-line up!
1290 Super Adventure S
Whack the throttle wide open in the middle of a nasty corner. Brake hard while fully leaned over. No harm is done - just grin and rocket on.
Even when you’re bending the laws of physics, KTM’s combination of 160 hp, 140 Nm of torque and a mere 238 kg is kept in check by the most advanced electronics in the world of motorcycling.
All you have to do is focus on the road ahead - and hold on tight. But the KTM 1290 SUPER ADVENTURE S offers buttery smooth cruising as well, if that’s what you really want…
250 XC-W TPI
KTM’s 250cc engine is known to be the most powerful and most competitive 2-stroke engine in the world. And now things get even better.
The 2018 KTM 250 XC-W TPI boasts a newly developed and patented TPI (transfer port injection) fuel injection system - a truly unique feature when it comes to 2-stroke race bikes.
It was time to give a new push to 2-stroke technology and prove 2-strokes have a bright future.
Two decades ago, the original Duke was nothing short of revolutionary. KTM’s first single-cylinder street bike grew into a cult classic, adding extreme fun to a raw and radical concept.
Today’s 690 DUKE stays faithful to its ancestor’s ways, but adds future-proof refinements: impressive smoothness, sophisticated electronics, improved ergonomics and tons of grunt.
This firmly cements the world’s strongest single-cylinder production motorcycle at the cutting edge of engineering. Long live the Duke!
Step into the Big Leagues
The 11 to 15-year-old riders of the junior class are no longer beginners.
These are future champions fighting for victory, no matter if it is the for a National Championship or a local qualifier.
In this scene, the new and improved KTM 85 SX is considered a winner's bike.
With the most powerful engine in the field and a super lightweight, stable chassis, it does not need to shy away from a full size bike.